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      04-16-2014, 04:13 PM   #749
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need some cooling in your bedroom, try one of these

I actually like this one (I'm assuming the cooler is filled with ice).
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      04-17-2014, 06:27 AM   #750
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need some cooling in your bedroom, try one of these

I actually like this one (I'm assuming the cooler is filled with ice).
Knowing rednecks, it's probably Bud Lite.
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      04-17-2014, 11:19 AM   #751
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I wish i had a picture of this but it was a while ago and i didn't have a camera phone at the time.....

Some friends with RVs invited us to go to a nascar race with them. We thought why not and rented an RV of our own and went to Homestead for the race. In the RV overnight lot there was a fair amount of parting going on each night. So we would walk around in the evening and check out the party people. The first night we saw some people sitting in the back of a pick and there was a tarp hanging out of the bed that was dripping. I know, it's nothing new to see a redneck use a pick up bed for a kiddie pool. But these guys had some copper pipe coiled up hanging just above their bond fire, like just barely in the flames. Then i noticed they had a couple of tubes going into the pick up bed as well. One of them was attached to a bilge pump in the pick up bed pushing water out, through the copper pipe and back into what was now a hot water spa.

Pretty ingenious given the supplies and caliber of people in the spa. However, none of us ever noticed any bottles of chlorine or anything like that over the next 3 days. :\
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      04-17-2014, 12:15 PM   #752
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as i said Necessity is the Mother of Invention and Redneck have lots of it. What I find interesting is the all come up with similar ideas about the same time.






This one may not count as a redneck invention since they look from Europe.

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^^^ LOL at the Volkswagen 181 in the back
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      04-17-2014, 12:29 PM   #754
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I actually like this one (I'm assuming the cooler is filled with ice).
I actually made one for my fog machine at Halloween to help keep the fog cool and on the ground. it worked nicely people would walk up and comment how the air around my house felt a bit chilly.
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      04-17-2014, 01:45 PM   #755
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Okay if you like the redneck air conditioner, you like the Redneck Beer Frig
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^^ Nice! But that looks more Canadian than redneck...
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^^ Nice! But that looks more Canadian than redneck...
You right, no redneck in Canada that is for sure, too cold for them.

Than again, I know the college kids these days do like the cheap Canadian beers
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Good point! Coors Light is the king of college beers..
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